Double-fired ceramic tiles and black brass faucets meet stainless-steel espresso machines for our roundup of luxurious kitchen and bath products that will elevate any space, be it contract or residential. Offered in seven palettes, all nature-inspired, Boris Aldrige’s Elements for Clé features solid-ceramic designs as well as others embellished with crushed glass (in turquoise or white) that melts and crackles as it cools. Norman Copenhagen’s Pin Peeler comes in yellow, red, turquoise, light gray, purple, and black silicone. For his first foray into the kitchen and bath sector, Danish architect Bjarke Ingels conjured the graceful Taper, a paean to minimalism and the object’s essential function: the passage of water. All products have also been featured in Interior Design's Market Tabloid.